If you employ the domain feat Travel Devotion (Complete Champion, p. 62) you can
Once per day as a swift action, (...) activate this ability to move up to your speed as a swift action each round.
The benefit granted by a domain feat usually is a spell-like ability (Complete Champion, p. 52). Since it is also a swift action it should be treated as a quickened spell-like ability, which according to the Rules Compendium (actions in combat, p. 8) does not provoke attacks of opportunity.
So my question is: Does this mean that the extra movement you get from this feat does not provoke attacks of opportunity?
Or is it just the activation of this ability which does not provoke attacks of opportunity – and the movement still does?
(I know that this feat has already been discussed quite a bit, but I haven´t found anything about this particular detail.)